An Instructional Design Theory for Teaching Vocabulary Online as a Component of a Reading Course
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Kou, X. & Liu, G.Z. (2003). An Instructional Design Theory for Teaching Vocabulary Online as a Component of a Reading Course. In A. Rossett (Ed.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2003 (pp. 1060-1061). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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This paper presents an instructional design theory aimed to enhance vocabulary learning in EFL setting through the application of the Web. The designing of this theory is based on Reigeluth's (1999) Instructional-Design Theories and Models-A New Paradigm of Instructional Theory. This theory proposes a set of instructional methods. 1. Choose the list of new. 2. Choose between "Expert Suggestion" and "Your Own Choice" for the approach to learn a new word. 3. Go beyond the word itself through computer mediated instructor-learner and learner-learner interaction. 4. Practice to reach automation. 5. Use "learner account" as a way to monitor student progress as well as to motivate learning.
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